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Rilke Handbuch

Author: Manfred Engel
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3476012891
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Rilke hat "das deutsche Gedicht zum ersten Mal vollkommen gemacht", urteilte Robert Musil. Grund genug, Leben und Werk in einem eigenen Handbuch unter die Lupe zu nehmen. Von bleibender Aktualität, skeptisch gegenüber allen einseitig rationalen, psychologisch-soziologischen Welterklärungen entwirft Rilke ein Menschenbild mit rein poetischen Mitteln. Rilkes Biografie, seine Beziehungen z.B. zur russischen Literatur und den Dichterinnen Marina Zwetajewa und Anna Achmatova, zur Psychoanalyse und zu anderen Künsten erschließen das Schaffen in allen Schattierungen.

Ber Die Sonette An Orpheus Von Rilke

Author: Peter Szondi-Kolleg
Publisher: Wallstein Verlag
ISBN: 3835328204
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Nach sechzig Jahren die erste vollständige Interpretation von Rilkes Zyklus »Die Sonette an Orpheus" (1922). Rainer Maria Rilkes Gedichtzyklus »Die Sonette an Orpheus" (1922) steht im Schatten der zugleich entstandenen »Duineser Elegien". Die 55 Sonette sind kühner und zukunftsträchtiger, denn Rilke versucht in ihnen, die mit der Tradition verloren gegangene Kunst des Orpheus, des Inbegriffs der Dichter, unter heutigen Bedingungen erneut zu schaffen. So entsteht im Zyklus eine ebenso geschlossene wie fremde, sprachliche und in höchstem Maße rationale Welt. Allein eine insistierende Lektüre, die ihre Praxis theoretisch und im Streit mit anderen Interpretationen überprüft, kann ohne solche Vorurteile die Eigenart der Sonette fassen und verstehen. Das Insistieren nimmt hier die Gestalt einer Lektüre à plusieurs an - 25 Mitglieder des von Christoph König geleiteten internationalen Peter Szondi-Kollegs haben jeweils einzelne Gedichte interpretiert und in mehreren Tagungen gemeinsam ihren Sinn für die Gedichte geschärft. Geboten werden alle Sonette in einer historisch-kritischen Edition und die zugehörige Interpretation. Mit Beiträgen u. a. von Jean Bollack, Kai Bremer, Daniela Danz, Mark-Georg Dehrmann, Audrey Giboux, Alexander Nebrig, Beatrice Trînca, Stephan Turowski.

Poetry Translation

Author: Peter Robinson
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 1846312183
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`The conviction, pleasures and gratitude of committed reading are evident in his affirmation of the poetic contract between readers and writers.' Andrea Brady, Poetry Review --

Orpheus

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571222681
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Rainer Maria Rilke was one of the twentieth century's great lyric poets. Born in Prague in 1875, he was educated in Germany and later in his life moved to Switzerland, where he wrote his two last works, the Duino Elegies and Sonnets to Orpheus, both published in 1923. For poets, Orpheus represents the ultimate journey into life and death - the mythical poet who could enchant any living thing - even the beasts and the trees. In this, his fifth collection of poems, Don Paterson, himself a master of the sonnet form, offers a radiant and at times distressing version of the great work. Since his work was translated by J. B. Leishman and Stephen Spender in the 1930s, Rainer Maria Rilke(1875-1926) has never lost his significance for English-speaking poets. In their various acts of translation, poets such as Auden, Lowell and Randall Jarrell or - more recently - Jo Shapcott, Michael Hofmann and Seamus Heaney, have all testified to Rilke's continuing and primary importance. Don Paterson now joins this company with an entirely new complete translation of the Sonnets to Orpheus. Published in 1923, near the end of his life, the 55 Sonnets to Orpheus were completed in less than a month and famously described by Rilke as 'perhaps the most mysterious - in the way they arrived and entrusted themselves to me - the most enigmatic dictation I have ever received: the whole first part was taken down in a single breathless act of obedience, between the 2nd and 5th of February 1922, without one word being in doubt or having to be changed'. The result was both a masterpiece of German literature and a landmark of modern poetry, pondering the dismembered fate of Orpheus in a belated world - the mythical poet and son of Apollo who could enchant beasts and birds and spirits with his song, and who might have brought his Eurydice back from the dead, had he not turned to look before she set foot in the world of the living. Don Paterson's translation is an act of intensely sustained creative attention, which has produced new poems of remarkable independence. At the same time - and for the first time - the lucidity of this great sequence has been honoured, as well as Rilke's intuition that 'it was the task of transforming the sonnet, of picking it up and, as it were, taking it along on the run, without destroying it, that was in this instance my particular problem and my project'.

The Life And Works Of Wolfgang Borchert

Author: Gordon J. A. Burgess
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 9781571132703
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The first comprehensive study in English of the life and works of the important postwar dramatist and short-story writer.

Wink Und Wandlung

Author: Annette Gerok-Reiter
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110923718
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The consummate musicality of the verse in Rilke's "Sonnets to Orpheus" stems from a blend of sophisticated craftmanship and poetological originality, as this study sets out to demonstrate. A detailed analysis of the text forms the basis for a discussion of a variety of topics that have traditionally divided literary critics: the unity of the cycle, the use of the sonnet form, the morphological Keimzellenprinzip (nucleus principle), Rilke's contribution to the discussion on the role of the subject in modern literature, his concept of the literary work, his 'abstractionist' approach, his view of temporality, and his reinterpretation of the figure of Orpheus. The findings cast a radically new light on a number of frequently rehearsed topoi in Rilke interpretation. At the same time they reveal the crucial role played by the cycle in the history of poetry on the threshold of modernism.

Selected Poems

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019956941X
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Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) is one of the leading poets of European Modernism, whose poetry explores themes of death, love, and loss. This bilingual edition fully reflects Rilke's poetic development and includes the full text of the Duino Elegies and the Sonnets to Orpheus in accurate and sensitive new translations.